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Lithuania sets off alarm bells over quality of international brands’ foods - Europe News
Lithuania sets off alarm bells over quality of international brands’ foods2 days ago
What Lithuania‘s State Food and Veterinary service announced last Tuesday was big news in Lithuania, but not so of a discovery to the majority of Eastern European consumers - food of international brands sold in Western Europe and in Eastern Europe, and L
The Latest: Iran slams Trump's 'mean' UN remarks - Europe News
The Latest: Iran slams Trump's 'mean' UN remarks 4 days ago
Iran has lashed out at President Donald Trump's "mean and pointless" remarks about it in his address to the United Nations
Week in Lithuania. Lithuania to give hope of liberty to life prisoners - Europe News
Week in Lithuania. Lithuania to give hope of liberty to life prisoners 6 days ago
Lithuania's authorities plan to introduce a review of a sentence by court after a person has served 25 years in prison, thus giving life prisoners a hope of liberty.
Russia war games in Belarus spark anxiety in Baltics - Europe News
Russia war games in Belarus spark anxiety in Baltics 9 days ago
The governments and people of three Baltic states watch with concern the latest round of military drills. Western analysts believe could be the largest of their kind since the end of the Cold War.
Former head of energy pricing body deals a blow to Lithuania and President - Europe News
Former head of energy pricing body deals a blow to Lithuania and President 9 days ago
The pendulum in 120 million euro lawsuit against Lithuania may have swiftly shifted in favour of France‘s energy giant Veolia, after Diana Korsakaitė, former chairwoman of Lithuania‘s National Commission for Energy Control and Prices, VKEKK, testified in
Jihad Turk: 'Islam has a lot of work to do' - Europe News
Jihad Turk: 'Islam has a lot of work to do' 11 days ago
On this episode of "Uncomfortable," ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to Jihad Turk, president of the Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School, about his mission to help Islam find its place in America with imams and other religious leaders trained in the U.S.
Protesters in Minsk denounce military exercises with Russia - Europe News
Protesters in Minsk denounce military exercises with Russia 11 days ago
About 200 people have held an unauthorized demonstration in the Belarusian capital to protest joint military exercises with Russia this month
Week in Lithuania. Central Bank chief notes signs of economic overheating - Europe News
Week in Lithuania. Central Bank chief notes signs of economic overheating 13 days ago
Lithuania's economy shows signs of overheating, however, they are not of the extent they were during the economic boom before the latest financial crisis in 2008-2010, says Vitas Vasiliauskas, chairman of the board of the central Bank of Lithuania.
Skvernelis invites Polish supermarkets to Lithuania, seeks to overcome Polish differences - Europe News
Skvernelis invites Polish supermarkets to Lithuania, seeks to overcome Polish differences 16 days ago
It seems that Lithuania's Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, who paid this week a visit in Poland, wanted to catch up with – and cheer up – his Polish counterpart, Beata Szydlo, and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of the ruling party Law and Justice, on al
Week in Lithuania. Lietuvos Energija CEO questioned by Special Investigation Service - Europe News
Week in Lithuania. Lietuvos Energija CEO questioned by Special Investigation Service 20 days ago
Dalius Misiūnas, chairman of the management board and CEO of the state-owned energy group Lietuvos Energija, on Thursday, August 31, was questioned by Special Investigation Service officials.
Lithuania’s new school year: extended, with defence and sexual education classes in curriculum - Europe News
Lithuania’s new school year: extended, with defence and sexual education classes in curriculum 23 days ago
Fewer schoolchildren, and first-graders, too, but Lithuania's new school year will be longer by 10 days, with the subjects of national defence and sex education courses added to the curriculum.
Scottish football fans warned of no-alcohol match in Lithuania - Europe News
Scottish football fans warned of no-alcohol match in Lithuania 24 days ago
Scottish press has warned over 3,000 Scottish football fans expected to travel to a World Cup qualifying match in Lithuania this week that the sale of alcohol will be prohibited in Vilnius due to Knowledge Day public holiday.
Week in Lithuania. Lithuania obtains copies of 1939 Soviet-Nazi pact from Germany - Europe News
Week in Lithuania. Lithuania obtains copies of 1939 Soviet-Nazi pact from Germany 27 days ago
Germany has given Lithuania copies of a 1939 Soviet-Nazi pact that divided Eastern Europe into spheres of influence, the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday, August 23.
House Hunting in ... Lithuania - Europe News
House Hunting in ... Lithuania 30 days ago
Foreign buyers are relatively few in Lithuania, but growing incomes and falling unemployment are enabling more Lithuanians to buy homes.
Lithuanian President kicks off initiative to bring Lithuanian emigrants home - Europe News
Lithuanian President kicks off initiative to bring Lithuanian emigrants home 1 month ago
In another attempt to stem high emigration, Lithuania’s President Dalia Grybauskaitė along with Jurgis Didžiulis, a hip Lithuanian singer of Columbian descent, launched a new initiative, «Choose Lithuania», aiming to slow down exodus.
Reconstruction of Vilnius airport runway concludes; aircraft return to Vilnius - Europe News
Reconstruction of Vilnius airport runway concludes; aircraft return to Vilnius 1 month ago
On Thursday, 17 August, Vilnius airport’s runway was festively opened. This was the most massive reconstruction for the airport in the past 20 years. It was a unique project for Lithuania and all of Europe, airport representatives say.
Putin grins to the world’s seven billionth baby, Lithuania wary of border incidents - Europe News
Putin grins to the world’s seven billionth baby, Lithuania wary of border incidents 1 month ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid a visit this Wednesday to Kaliningrad, the westernmost point of Russia, but the reports about his trip in the Russian enclave and over the border in Lithuania were strikingly different.
Week in Lithuania. Lithuania to make lotteries less accessible - Europe News
Week in Lithuania. Lithuania to make lotteries less accessible 1 month ago
In an effort to make lotteries less accessible, Lithuania's Finance Ministry intends to set a minimum age limit of 16 years, restrict lottery advertisement, regulate names and appearance of tickets.
Poland cheeses off Lithuania twice in a single week - Europe News
Poland cheeses off Lithuania twice in a single week 1 month ago
Poland has irked Lithuania twice over the course of a single week. First, it was Poland's TVP.info news portal posted Monday, August 7,an audio clip of the clandestine recording of a conversation between Poland's former Foreign minister, Radoslaw Sikorski
Calendar of cultural events in Lithuania. Music Contemplation Hour - Europe News
Calendar of cultural events in Lithuania. Music Contemplation Hour 1 month ago
BNN offers you a selection of cultural events in Lithuania for the week between April 3 and April 9.
Lithuanian intelligence singles out six major threats to national security - Europe News
Lithuanian intelligence singles out six major threats to national security 1 month ago
Hardly ever has the name of Lithuania’s intelligence, VSD officially, rung so frequently as this week. The buzz was about the agency’s released annual report on threats to national security. Experts who spoke to BNN were unanimous: although the document i